What Causes Nerve Pain?
Nerve pain can occur when nerves become compressed or irritated, or become adhered to scar tissue. Besides nerve pain, other symptoms include numbness, tingling, and loss of mobility.
Nerve mobilization helps restore function while reducing nerve pain.
Neuromobilization in Victoria, BC or nerve mobilization, is a technique that treats nerve pain from automobile collisions and running injuries, including:
- Tennis elbow
- Plantar Fasciitis
Physiotherapists and chiropractors commonly use this treatment technique.
Active Release Technique and Long Track Nerve Mobilization
Chiropractors and physiotherapists commonly use Active Release Technique to treat soft tissue injuries and nerve pain. Using this technique, recovery from nerve pain can happen in just a few sessions.
Long Track Nerve Mobilization gets its name from peripheral nerve entrapment, where a nerve, because of an injury, becomes stuck within soft tissue.
This Active Release Technique can help to quickly treat conditions such as disc herniations, sciatica, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
David Butler pioneered neuromobilization techniques in order to accelerate nerve healing and while reducing nerve pain and numbness and restoring mobility.
The Butler technique is another manual, hands on therapy that focuses on retraining the brain than to imagine one’s body moving well, to recreate healthy movement.